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for the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. good night. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's christoph waltz, from "orange is the new black," danielle brooks, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from maxwell. with cleto and the cletones. now, all of a sudden, here's jimmy kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello. thank you. hi, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] i'm jimmy. i'm the host of this show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome to our program. welcome to hollywood. [ cheers and applause ]
i am moved. the holiday weekend is almost upon us. the fourth of july. the original brexit is the fourth of july. it's especially great when july fourth is on a monday. it's great for everyone, except dogs. dogs hate the fourth of july. i love it. it's my favorite holiday. you don't have to wrap anything. other than bacon around a hot dog, you don't have to wrap a damn thing. it can be dangerous. last year, two nfl players lost fingers setting off fireworks. [ laughter ] that's not a joke. [ laughter ] a player for the buccaneers and a player for the giants. they blew their fingers off, which is awful. but it's a good reminder, if you go to play with fireworks, play soccer. [ laughter ] not only is july 4th a dangerous weekend for athletes, it's the scariest time of year fman kins. every news channel, they get the
mannequins out of macy's and sears, and blow their limbs off, all in the name of fireworks safety. it's a somber holiday for them. in memory of the department store dummies who give their parts so local news crews can have something to blow up on the morning shows this time of year, we put together this tribute to honor their sacrifice. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] [ explosion ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's great. [ cheers and applause ] i know.
i guess it's better than standing in the window at the gap for your whole life, right? donald trump is upset today because so many of his former republican rivals have not endorsed him. he says he feels like he is running against two parties because none of the guys have jumped in to lend their support. which makes no sense at all. donald trump has been nothing but nice to them. [ laughter ] he says what they're doing is disgraceful. and there should be consequences for it. what consequences, i don't know. maybe he is planning to feed jeb bush to his dragons. i have no idea. at this point, the republican party is like the scientists at "jurassic park." now, it's going to eat us.
mike tyson turns 50 years old tonight. he is a friend of the show and for mine. and to celebrate the milestone, a local third grader has prepared a special presentation in tribute to iron mike. tristan, come on out and the give it to us. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, guys. i'm mike tyson. and today, i turn 50 years old. people call me iron mike because i'm -- i am the most ferocious, atrocious, radadacious, delicious man alive. one time, i bit evander holyfield's ear off. and then, i bit his other ear off. [ laughter ] i tried the say i'm sorry. but he couldn't hear me. [ laughter ] oh, well. i have to go feed my pigeons.
happy birthday to me. see you later, suckers. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, tristan. he gave you a shot on the way out, huh? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: hey, this is interesting. kfc in india -- there's kfc in india, which is interesting of itself, they have a new item on their menu, called watt in a box. w-a-t-t. it's like a meal box that charges your phone while you eat. you plug into it. i guess the chicken powers your -- i don't know how it works. [ laughter ] it's smart. everyone can use a charge while they're eating chicken. here, in the united states, another fast food chain is copying it. taco bell is thinking outside of the bun. >> food recharges our bodice. why can't it charge our phones.
now, the usb-rito. made of beef, cheese, and electrical wires. that's tasty. dig in. just don't bite the red wire. [ laughter ] damn it. the usb-rito. try it with our new wifire sauce. only at taco bell, live mas. >> jimmy: not a real thing. we made that up. [ cheers and applause ] do not order that. taco bell does not have it. okay? [ laughter ] this is funny. this little girl in the car with her mom. she's lip-syncing along to the beyonce song, "sorry," and then does something she might have to apologize for. ♪ >> no. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: well -- at least she knows some sign language. that's a good thing, right? [ laughter ] one more thing before we forge ahead. it's thursday night. it's time to bleep and blur the being tv moments of the week. it's this week in unnecessary censorship. enjoy. [ cheers and applause ] >> you can't unite a country by forcing [ bleep ] down the people's throats. >> my name is faust. >> that's right. and -- >> i'm [ bleep ] from south africa. ♪ who [ bleep ] somebody like me you want to [ bleep ] somebody like me ♪ >> this is about the people. it's about the right of the people of this country to [ bleep ] their own [ bleep ]. >> we have a big set of [ bleep ] that i'm going to be [ bleep ] hard as soon as i become president. >> i'm the one guy that thinks he has a [ bleep ]. >> wow. i did not know that. >> wells has not [ bleep ] jojo yet.
>> muslims [ bleep ] muslims. muslims at [ bleep ] each other. >> a year. you [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> he's not wearing pants. that's a [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> every part of me hurts. even my [ bleep ] hurts. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we will take a break. when we come back from the break, we're going to go out and ask people on the street to narrate porno movies. and also, questions with d.j.kahled. so, stick around. we'll be right back. [ tires screech ] ♪ flo: [ ghost voice ] oooo!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, hi will. welcome back to the show. tonight, christoph waltz, danielle brooks. we'll have music from maxwell. this is an unusual combination of good deed and bad. there's an adult video website that is offering a new feature, specifically for the visually umpii impaired. it's called describe video. the way it works, is narrators describe what is going on in a porn video, so that blind people can enjoy them, too. i don't know why they need the video. just need the narrator, really. the vice president of the company said this is their way of giving back. so -- [ laughter ] very thoughtful. here's an example of how describe video works. >> a white woman, in a cheap-looking red power suit, sits next to a tall, lanky,
white, middle-aged man with brown hair, a white shirt, gray suit and a red-striped tie. >> we move to an interview where we see a teen girl is sitting in a bright white room. >> a girl gets in, lots of makeup and squeezing a nice, curvy figure into a tight, blue dress. >> the video opens with a young white girl. she puts a piece of equipment on a shelf. and tip-toes around the corner to look at something. >> jimmy: you can guess what that something is. so far, there's only 50 videos with narration. i had guillermo go through them all. [ laughter ] as a public service, we went out on the street today and we asked people walking by our theater to pitch in and help. we asked them to narrate a video for this -- this video for us. and here's how that went. >> would you be willing to narrate pornography for blind people today? >> yes. >> how do you feel about narrating pornography for blind people? >> that would be interesting.
>> would you like to narrate some porn for blind people today? >> yes, i would. >> great. go get in that booth. >> a guy is ordering her to do something in the kitchen. wants her to peel the vegetables. >> and on the table, there is a few carrots, potatoes and cucumbers. and she's told to peel them. >> very hand - on with this cucumber peeling. away from the body. he's not sure how to do it, either. >> she's at work. he just asked her what she has in mind. now, he's began kissing her. and touching, pretty much every part of her body. >> he is grinding his pelvis against her flat rear. >> okay. they're making out. they're making out. ew.
>> the background is them kissing. also, the sink with a long faucet. now, he's taking down her top. >> now, nipples are exposed. they're like the size of two baby oranges. >> oh, gosh. she seems to be enjoying herself quite a bit. [ laughter ] and helping along with this little procedure here. [ laughter ] >> he is touching her. slapping her butt. >> she just picked something up. what did she pick up? she picked something up. i don't know what it is. i don't think i know what that is. >> all right. that can't be safe. they're on the stove. it's a big stove. very nice stove. a lot of parts. you could make a lot of meals there. >> oh, my goodness. yeah. now, she's drooling a bit. and he's taking it downtown. >> he has a band-aid on his ass.
he has titties, too. ew. >> the propane. it could be gas. >> what is that? what is that? what is that? what is that? what is that? what? okay. now, she's reversed the roles. and she's doing what i believe to be called the [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are they going to read that? anyway, i don't know if that woman has grandchildren. if so, we apologize to them. we have a strong show for you tonight. with music from maxwell. from "orange is the new black," danielle brooks is here. the great christoph waltz will join us. but before we get to them, major key alert. it's time for three ridiculous questions with d.j. khaled. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ if you know somebody and you can't remember their name, what do you call them? >> bless up. >> jimmy: bless up. >> that's a greeting. bless up. if i don't know your name. bless up. it's a positive vibe. it's called bless up. >> jimmy: what if someone sneezes? >> bless you. but still, bless up at the same time. you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: i do. which would you rather see in person? a unicorn or a duck with human feet? >> i'm going with a unicorn. >> jimmy: why a unicorn? >> special cloth. like a duck with human feet. i see that all the time. >> jimmy: you do? >> there's a lot of ducks out there. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: where did all the pilgrpil pilgrims go? >> i have no idea. it's not my business. >> jimmy: i respect that.
>> you have to stay out of people's business sometimes. >> jimmy: especially pilgrims, with the buckles on the hats. socks pulled up. >> shot jut to the pilgrims. >> jimmy: shoutout to the pilgrims. >> the only way. drink responsibly. >> jimmy: you know who will love that toast? the pilgrims. >> absolutely. another one. another one. another one. [ laughter ] another one. bless up. >> jimmy: bless up.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. danielle brooks is with us. he plays tastey on the show. then, his new album comes out tomorrow. it's called "blacksummers'night," maxwell from the samsung outdoor stage. maxwell looks like he's going through a lot right now. by the way, our audience tonight is filled with pregnant 14-year-olds. so -- [ applause ]
at one time, she was a pregnant 14-year-old. but do not tell her kids. our first guest is a two-time oscar-winning actor, who ranks right up there with freud and the von trapps as america's favorite austrian. he goes head-to-head with the earl of greystoke in "the legend of tarzan." >> my king's army is due in six days. all i've to do is to deliver tarzan to chief mongo. i have a desire to kill your husband. i have yet to discover the cause. what did tarzan do? >> killed his only son. >> oh. >> and get ready because that is nothing, compared to what he will do to you. >> your husband's wildness disturbs me more than i can easily express. >> jimmy: "the legend of tarzan" opens in theaters tomorrow. please welcome christoph waltz.
[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? very good to see you. you are from austria. you live in our country now. do you celebrate the fourth of july? is this something you take part in? >> with flying colors. >> jimmy: what colors do you fly? what color is our flag? >> three stripes. red, white, red. >> jimmy: that is kind of the pattern. you have to be careful. they'll throw you out of here if they feel like you don't know the flag. you have to know the flag. >> i can sing the anthem. >> jimmy: you can? very good. >> i can whistle it. >> jimmy: do you barbecue? do you shoot off fireworks? do you do any of the stuff we do on the fourth of july?
>> excuse me? >> jimmy: have you not been -- has no one invited you over for a proper fourth of july party? >> well, they have, yes. >> jimmy: they have? >> i don't like the sauce. >> jimmy: you don't like what sauce? >> the barbecue sauce. [ laughter ] it's sticky. it's sticky. >> jimmy: you don't like barbecue sauce? >> no. >> jimmy: no? wow. [ laughter ] that's weird. >> you think? >> jimmy: do you like ketchup? >> no. >> jimmy: do you like mustard in. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. all right. nice hot dog with some mustard on it. >> i don't like hot dogs. >> jimmy: really? isn't that against the law in your home country to not like hot dogs. do you like a wienerschnitzel? >> it depends. >> jimmy: it depends. is this why they kicked you out? >> i guess. >> jimmy: do you like hamburgers? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what do you eat? are you a vegan or something?
>> oh, no. >> jimmy: all right. >> no. i eat normally. >> jimmy: you eat normally. not according to me, you don't. [ laughter ] if you went to a party, you wouldn't have all of the stuff that comes off the grill? >> oh. i'd pick at it. i would say brilliant. >> jimmy: you're easing into our culture. >> yes. yes. i'm not easing. but i'm kind of -- yeah. >> jimmy: your co-star, margot robbie, my wife declared the most beautiful woman on our show, was here on tuesday. and she -- we had a clip, in which she spit into your face. and she said she was very uncomfortable doing that to you. were you uncomfortable being spit on? >> you know, not that i'm into in kind of, you know, thing? >> jimmy: you mean sexually?
[ laughter ] >> you know, worse things could happen than margot spitting in your face. i was baffled by how much spit was in that little, beautiful woman. [ laughter ] how she contains all of that is beyond me. >> jimmy: yeah. there were a lot of takes, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how many takes do you say there were? >> 62. >> jimmy: she spit in your face 60 times? >> she had to replenish once in a while. >> jimmy: and that didn't gross you out? and yet, barbecue sauce bothers you. >> i totally conquer with the analogy. >> jimmy: of barbecue sauce? >> and spit. >> jimmy: wow. this movie, the premiere was across the street. do you enjoy going to the big hollywood premiere? >> they close off one of the main traffic arteries of one of the biggest cities in the world. >> jimmy: yes.
>> and put some plants there, to emulate jungle, as if it weren't jungle enough. [ laughter ] and then, you stroll down an empty boulevard, across the street into the roosevelt hotel for a party. >> jimmy: a lot of actors will go to the red carpet. they will take pictures and will sneak out of the theater. they won't watch the movie. did you watch the movie? >> i did. i wanted to see -- i wanted to take it on the chin. >> jimmy: i see. >> and i did. >> jimmy: quentin tarantino, you worked with a number of times. said he will go to a real movie theater and he will sneak in the back because he wants to see how a regular audience reacts to the movie. have you ever done that? or done it with him? >> well, he does it for free. they make me pay. so -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you've never done anything like that. do you like going to a movie
theater? >> i love going to the movie theaters. i used to. now, it's more of a multisensory experience with everybody talking. i mean, they counter that by turning up the volume so loud that it makes my eardrums buzz for a fortnight. at least i don't hear them talk. now, they fiddle with the gadgets. >> jimmy: phones, right. >> and what is it? speaking of disgusting sauce. why do they have to eat crap that stinks like -- with the guy next to me comes with a bucket full of nachos with some -- some nondefinable stinking goo on top. [ laughter and applause ] and he -- you know? and this guy has, you know, it's always -- it's never in civilized containers. >> jimmy: right. >> always in buckets and drums.
>> jimmy: it's a box. [ laughter ] you know what i'm realizing about you right now? you're no fun at all. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> thank you. i take that as support. and i go for the movie. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> even if it's bad, i go for the movie. >> jimmy: right. >> they go for the -- >> jimmy: in austria, they don't serve food in the theater? >> yeah. popcorn because they're americanized. but this is large. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> maybe. >> jimmy: you know what? we do things differently here. you know? you play the bad guy, including this movie, in a lot of films. do you -- most people love to play the bad guy. do you wish you could play the good guy? >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: you do? >> desperately. [ laughter ] i put my various talents forward
occasionally. but so far, they don't really -- >> jimmy: people start thinking of you in one way. you know, you know this. i don't know if the audience knows. they're making a movie about the life of seigfried and roy, the magicians from las vegas, which was exciting for me because i'm from las vegas. you're from austria. i grew up in las vegas. >> you can't grow up there. >> jimmy: i did. people do. there's humans that live there. >> i thought it -- >> jimmy: i was one of them. >> i thought it was created for you not to grow up. >> jimmy: no. it was created for people to actually be conceived there. [ laughter ] but so, interestingly, we ran into each other at an audition for the movie. and i got the tape from them. do you mind if i show them? >> please. >> jimmy: this is -- we auditioned to play -- take a look. you'll see. >> seigfried and roy, "magic secrets" take one. names?
>> roy. >> roy. >> i'm roy. >> jimmy: no. i'm roy. roy is a brunette. >> you have to do this. i'm roy. >> jimmy: okay. i guess we're both roy. >> can i get your real names, please, for the audition? >> jimmy: we don't have real names. >> we're in character. method. >> jimmy: we are roy. >> action. >> curiositcuriosity, adventure imagination. these are the ma nigs's cools. in magic, anything is possible. >> jimmy: yes. regular people are trapped. but not the magician. for us, there is always an escape. >> nazi magician? >> jimmy: no. >> what is that? >> jimmy: it's a german accent. you never heard of a german accent? >> i've heard german accents. >> jimmy: okay, well. kimmel is a german name. i think i know what german sounds like. i thought i was roy.
>> matthew reaches out to find the child within us. the power of magic is to make dreams come true. >> jimmy: as a child, i dreamed of floating inside a balloon that dances in the sky. >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: that's how germens say balloon. >> it's not. >> jimmy: like the song, "99 red balloon." very, very scary. call the troops out in a hurry. this is what we're waiting for. this is it, boys. this is war. the president is on the line. as 99 luft balloons go by. [ applause ] can i play both parts? like, eddie murphy did in "bowfinger." i think i could do them both. >> no. >> jimmy: can i show you my scream of when the tiger eating my head? >> no thanks. [ screaming ] [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: it's a tiger. >> next. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we didn't get the part. but it was fun auditioning with you. >> i did get the part. >> jimmy: you got the part? damn it. he gets all the parts. "the legend of tarzan" opens in theaters tomorrow. christoph waltz, everybody. we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by pepsi. tell the world how you feel and what you love. find your pepsi emoji today.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. still to come, music from maxwell. our next guest is a gifted actress who studied at the prestigious julliard school, and somehow wound up in prison. she plays taystee on "orange is the new black." season four is on netflix now. please welcome danielle brooks. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> hi.
>> jimmy: this is a weird thing to say. but it's weird to see you in regular clothes. [ laughter ] >> i get that sometimes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> do i look sophisticated? >> jimmy: you look very sophisticated. you look lovely. and i can see right through your shirt. [ laughter ] >> that's the point. >> jimmy: yeah. that orange jump suit is what most people are used to seeing you in. you can't walk around in that. >> no. thank the lord. >> jimmy: a show like "orange is the new black" is the first big show for netflix, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: people didn't -- they thought it was a service that mailed you dvds. when did you know, oh, this is something that people are watching? >> i know. well, see, in the course of 13 hours, i say my life has changed. in 13 hours, someone watches you. and i was stepping out of my apartment in harlem, my studio apartment that cost like $900 at the time a month. and i stepped out of my apartment. and everybody was like, that's
that girl. that's that girl. i was getting terrified. nobody trained me for that. what is this? i don't know what's going on. i get on the train. and all of a sudden, this -- four teenage girls. and they scream their heads off. that's taystee, oh, my gosh. i'm getting nervous, because they got off the train and i got four stops to go. and i'm trying to be cool and hide. it didn't work. >> jimmy: yeah. and also, people think, oh, yeah. she's a prisoner on the show. so, it's like a different way of approaching you, in a way. >> thank god they like my character. i can only imagine if i was an unlikable character. people be coming for my head or something. >> jimmy: do you get letters from real prisoners? >> no. i don't. it's not like you get a letter in the mail, and number 6785. >> jimmy: i get a lot of letters in the mail. i think maybe they don't get netflix in prison is what's going on. >> i think so.
i have had people on the street tell me they've been incarcerated and share their story. >> jimmy: that's a fun thing to chat about. [ laughter ] not only are you shooting season five of "orange is the new black," you are starring on broadway in "the color purple." >> yes. come and see me. >> jimmy: that seems like a lot of work to me. >> i'm dead-tired. >> jimmy: every night, you're doing "the color purple." >> every night but tonight. >> jimmy: who is doing the show -- >> my understudy, kerry. she's great. >> jimmy: you don't want her to be too good, right? >> no. it's all good. i got tony-nominated. thank god. so, i'm like, i'm cool. you can have it. you can take a day. >> jimmy: oprah's the producer of the show. you play the part that she played in the movie. >> i do. >> jimmy: do you have a special bond with oprah? >> i mean, just the bond that we both have played sofia is a big thing. i think she's incredible.
and the first time i got to meet her was one of the aha moments. >> jimmy: what happened? tell us -- take us through what happened when you met oprah. >> i was in black woman in hollywood. and "orange is the new black," the trail blazer award. i had just given the speech. after the speech, i sit down in my seat. and they were singing "glory" from "selma." it was common and john legend, and all of a sudden, mother o. comes behind me. why me, i don't know. but she comes behind me and just embraces me. i have to show -- can i? >> jimmy: sure. yeah. >> you're going to be me. >> jimmy: i'll be you? should i be -- in the music. ♪ glory glory ♪ >> and this is oprah. just like -- i was like, oh, my
god. [ cheers and applause ] it was so cool. it was so cool. >> jimmy: i think it's weird for oprah. every time she touches people, they start crying and trembling. >> that's the one part you missed. you were supposed to start crying. >> jimmy: i didn't know. that's why i'm not on broadway. oprah, did you get to spend time with oprah? have you -- >> well, sort of, kind of, yes and no. >> jimmy: that means no, probably. >> afterwards, she did an interview with me, jennifer and cynthia. i've been interviewed with oprah, which is really cool. oprah goes to broadway. i've seen her and hung out with her a few times because she's a producer. she comes to the show. she helps us -- i'm trying to make something up here. i haven't spent too much time with mother o. >> jimmy: speaking of mother -- your parents, were they excited about the fact that you are doing this? and being in oprah's world?
>> yes. they are. i think that's the thing. with me, i'm not one to be under anybody. i'm not like, oh, my god, i have to spend all this time with her. i like to give people their space and respect that. so, but my parents were just adamant about getting a picture with miss oprah. >> jimmy: so, they don't. >> we're from the south. this is my only opportunity. you know? and so, i was like, i have to get this picture. and oprah was coming out with scott sanders. and she was walking to another after-party from the tonys. i'm like, i have to do it. i put that southern charm on her. i'm like, hi, miss oprah. how are you doing? and sure enough, my parents -- before the car stopped, ran out of the car. and, like, made sure they got their picture. and my dad -- we took a group
picture. but my dad snuck a selfie. >> jimmy: yeah. >> didn't want to miss the opportunity. >> jimmy: that's embarrassing. what are you going to do? it's your parents. >> i'm glad they got the moment. >> jimmy: me, too. it's nice to meet you. and congratulations on all of your success. "the color purple" on broadway. and "orange is the new black" season four on netflix. that's danielle brooks, everybody. we'll be back with maxwell. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung.
>> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: thanks to christoph waltz, danielle brooks. apologies to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, his album "blacksummers'night" comes out tomorrow. here with the song "lake by the ocean," maxwell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh and the band says ♪
♪ hee-ee-ee hee-ee yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ in the light of the sun i was dazed ♪ ♪ i was burned i was lost ♪ ♪ deep in the storm of a grave ♪ ♪ had a bed as a coffin ♪ ♪ you were only the one that made me fulfilled ♪ ♪ only the thing that made me reveal ♪ ♪ my destiny was before us beach of a forest ♪ ♪ anything ain't nothing it's just ♪ ♪ it's just you just us nobody but ♪ ♪ love on trust on us nobody now ♪ ♪ can we swim a lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ we'll be one like drops
in slow motion ♪ ♪ hee, hee, hee lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ oh, tell me the way that is waves like it is the drops of colors ♪ ♪ why do i live inside of you baby ♪ ♪ want to be every part of you it's just ♪ ♪ it's just right it's just left ♪ ♪ we can be strong we can wave ♪ ♪ we can live oh, so long ♪ ♪ live in a flame where we'll never burn ♪ ♪ no one could ever ever return ♪ ♪ you are reason i'm on ya reason i love ya ♪ ♪ you're the thing i need 'cause it's just ♪ ♪ it's just you just us nobody but ♪
♪ love on trust on us nobody now ♪ ♪ can we swim a lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ we'll be one like drops in slow motion ♪ >> everybody in the house. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hee, hee, hee lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ all i see is just everything is love ♪ ♪ lake by the ocean sweet like the motion ♪ ♪ love is the medicine i can heal us ♪ ♪ all i see is love all i want is love ♪ >> are you guys ready? [ cheers and applause ]
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